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You sound lovely Gemima, well done! You don't look nervous as at all. Love your dress too!
Thank you very much :D (Looks over shoulder and whispers) Confidence was boosted by a small hip flask full of whiskey on my music stand which was swigged at oppotune moments... hiccup!G x
You look so pretty and sound even prettier! You should make some ukulele YouTube videos. Or have you?Jodi
Thank you Jodi *blush* None yet... I really want to do some Youtube uke clips but my camera doesn't seem to like recording sound :( I'm working on it though as it'd be good practice and great for advice from other ukulele strummers :DG x
Ha! I have been on crazy blog catchup since I got back from Hay - and have just commented on one of your other singing posts. I was going to say "give us a vid!" and voila - behold - there it be!You look and sound spot on! *APPLAUSE!!!!!!!!!!*
I have found your blog via Lady Cherry's. So glad you got over your nerves to sing - you did wonderfully. We had a ukulele hanging round the house, along with a lot of other instruments (long story), and I found its tuning difficult after the regular 4ths of my other stringed instruments. My Dad taught me to sing 'Some Dogs Have Fleas' to help tune up LOL!Keep up with your beautiful (and beautifully dressed) music making!
Bravo! You are wonderful! Annette Hanshaw would be pleased. (I love her too) I'm glad you decided to get back to your singing again...And what a gorgeous vintage dress & hairstyle. I look forward to hearing/seeing more from you.P.s. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day to say hi!
Thank you all so much for your lovely comments. It's given me the boost to look into doing some more stuff. Just need to find a place who will book someone who's not that experienced.G x
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